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Today, WWF-Canada launched its new compelling awareness campaign “We Are All Wildlife”. The new campaign marks the beginning of a national mission to demonstrate that when nature thrives, people thrive.

Restoring Birch Island Creek and Wetlands
Loblaw Water Fund grantee Healthy Waters Labrador shares how they've helped restore Birch Island Creek and wetlands.

5 amazing facts about the St. Lawrence River
To celebrate Water Wednesday with WWF and Love Nature, here are five facts about the St. Lawrence River.

WWF brings origami wilderness to Toronto’s financial district
As part of our "We Are All Wildlife” campaign, we unveiled something truly unique: an origami wilderness right in the heart of Toronto’s financial district.

Tanker ban will help safeguard B.C.’s north coast, but marine management plans need attention now.
On Friday, November 13, 2015, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau released a mandate letter that seeks to place a moratorium on oil tanker traffic off B.C.’s north coast.

Polar Bear on Thin Ice: Melting sculpture represents plight of people and polar bears in the North
As we approach the twenty-first United Nations Conference of the Parties on climate change (COP 21), Equiterre and WWF-Canada are teaming up to present an art project called Polar Bear on Thin Ice. The event will illustrate the impacts of climate disruption using an ice sculpture of a polar bear, an outdoor video projection, and a conference on Arctic issues.